Enthusiastic, down to earth VN required next to the Malvern Hills
We are looking for a full time RVN to join our team in Malvern, Worcestershire. Enthusiasm and an ability to have fun are essential. We are a team of 5 vets, 4 RVN's, 1 SVN, 1 ANA, 2 receptionists as well as a practice manager. We pride ourselves on our customer service - we have customers who have been coming to us for over 50 years, as well as a rapidly expanding small animal client base. We are a 90% small animal practice so this position will be almost entirely small animal based, but you may have the opportunity (if you would like) to be involved with the occasional farm or equine visit. We run our own in house out of hours service for registered clients only and this is split equally on a 1 in 5 rota. Accommodation is available if required.
Avenue Veterinary Centre is a VN training practice and a position as a clinical coach could be available for the right applicant. CPD is encouraged and funded and this includes certificates.
We are a RCVS small animal accredited practice, located at the foot of the Malvern Hills, in a Victorian building that has been modernised extensively to suit the needs of a busy progressive veterinary practice. Everyone from the veterinary profession that visits our practice always comments on what a nice building we have to work in. We have a large, well maintained garden for exercising dogs. On site facilities include: digital radiography, ultrasound, laser, thermo cautery, acupuncture, dental suit, separate cat and dog wards, feline only consultation times, on site grooming, and a laboratory. We also provide kennels so staff can bring their own dogs to work.
Salary will be based on experience, and all members of staff get their birthday off.
Malvern is a beautiful part of the country with plenty of outdoor activities right on your doorstep, but is still close to the motorway network with Worcester, Birmingham, Cheltenham and Gloucester only a short drive away.
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